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Movies, dancing, music, and pantomime will feature a fete to be given tomorrow afternoon on the lawn of the Longfellow Estate, Brattle Street, Cambridge. The fete is for the benefit of the Cambridge Neighborhood House. Tea will be served during the afternoon.
The program, which begins at 3.30 o'clock, is as follows:
3.30, Dances by the Misses Sievelling and Duncan.
4. Russian musical program.
5. Old-fashioned dances by a group from the Neighborhood House
9. Male Quartette.
9.30, Movies, out-of-doors
10. Interpretive Dance by the Misses Sievelling and Duncan
Members of the University have been especially invited. The management has announced that it is desirable to make reservations for supper as soon as possible from Mrs. John T. Murray, 51 Highland Street, Cambridge.
Admission tickets at seventy-five cents, may be-obtained in advance from Amee Brothers, Harvard Square, or at the gate on the day of the fete. In case of rain, the entire program will be postponed until June 5.
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